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jersey, hit 106, the highest temperature, ever, for any day, ever, in newark. that shows how big this area of heat is. you can still see heat advisories extending from kansas and toward the mid-atlantic and the eastern seaboard. the heat index from kansas is 106 in wichita and 109 in st. louis and creeping across the northern planes and 92 in minute appear police but the bull's eye is the eastern seaboard and now up to 121 is what it feels like in washington, dc, incredible, and i am sure that is record. and dover, 119, and 116 in newark. a day to stay indoors. at night the temperatures only dropping into the mid 80's. so the house does not cool down and not catching any break from the heat. >> i look forward to the next ice age. when will it end? rick: we are mid-july so the hottest, anyway, so well not see a huge relief but a relief across the north. tomorrow, 94 in chicago and hot across the eastern seaboard at 10- to 15-degrees below today's heat index but the dark colors it heats back up and folks across the south, especially kansas and oklahoma have been dealing with the he
in all of baseball step on to the field and catch the big game. on the local fox station, after the fox report, tonight, on this channel, and before then we will talk about major league baseball and the predictions and highlights from the home run derby. what do you know, robbie put on a clinic with help from his old man, and that is coming up in a few minutes in "studio b" today. but, first from fox at 12:00 in phoenix and 3:00 on the east coast the investigators of the casey anthony murder trial speaking of the case and for the first te since last week's not guilty verdict. casey anthony is due to walk out of the facility on sunday in orange county. a jury found her not guilty of killing her 2-year-old daughter but today a detective who testified over and over and over again during the trial and was one of the first to respond when caylee "went missing," is stunned by all of her lies. >> i am still surprised she did not come off and she would not tell us the truth. that is all we were after if we knew the truth. >>shepard: the detective said that while he was surprised by the verdict,
issued out without hesitation several contempt of court citations involving jail time or big fines to several people. but he does have the power to set her free. but if she is convicted and sentenced on the full one year for each of the four counts you have four years for that and she has been in jail two years and ten months and she served a year for the six counts and convictions of check fraud she was convicted of last year when spending her girlfriend's money while not reporting kay low's whereabouts, and that would put, if it is the hard-line taken by the judge, who could say you still have two years and three months to serve with good behavior, maybe, two years, maybe 22 ins, so the obligations -- so the openings or two years or she could be freed. 30 people have gathered. people from the public aiming to get the 4:00 issuing of passes to get inside the courtroom for tomorrow morning's 9:00 a.m. sentencing. they will get the seats and clearly it is worth the wait. >> her parents indicated repeatedly throughout the trial she thought she was responsible for the child's death. i
. >> and in box three: another big dust storm in arizona causing travel and power problems. "good morning america" that is all ahead unless breaking news changes everything. in "studio b" but, first, from fork at 3:00 in new york, 8:00 p.m. in london where a dramatic day wrapped up of testimony in the news of the world phone i would like to say one sentence: this is the most humble day my life. >>shepard: our boss measure doctor testifying today before british lawmakers about the controversy at our company's now defunct tabloid "news of the world," which is the parent company of fox news channel. he is telling a parliamentary committee he was shocked, appalled, and ashamed, when he heard allegations that employees of the paper hacked into the voice mail of a teenage murder victim. both he and his son, the deputy chief operating officer expressing deep regret. >> i would like to say how sorry i am and how sorry we are to particularly the victim's illegal voice mail interception and to their families. it is a matter of great regret of mine, my father, and everyone at news corporation and these are
at the white house now. two competing plans that each side says will solve the situation. what are the big difference ? >> reporter: moments ago senator harry reid said speaker boehner's republican plan is dead on arrival in the senate. when you look at them on paper these plans are not that far apart. let's dig into the details. senator reid wants to cut spending by about 2.7 trillion. boehner wants to cut it by 1.2 trillion in the first bite but then come back later maybe with 1.8 trillion more. close together. the big difference is reid wants to have 2.4 trillion in more borrowing power. through the end of 2012. boehner just wants to do it through early 2012 for a trillion. so there would be less borrowing power. which would moon we would have this debate again in a few -- would mean we would have this debate again in a few months. both sides suggest that neither plan, even though they are not far apart they are not going anywhere. the question is should there be a third plan, a plan by the president? listen to what the president said last night. he never says call your congressman and
tomorrow night, and that's on big fox. >>shepard: and 23 minutes past 3:00 on wall street, a lot of this is about our debt crisis in the united states and more so in europe where italy has joined "we're in trouble crowd," the markets do not like it and the dow jones industrial average is off considerably 1.4 percent with just about 37 minutes left in the trading day. a major security concern across the river from new york city, at newark, new jersey, at the lebanonty international airport after a crew found a stun gun stuffed in the back pocket of a seat. though discovered the weapon after the jet landed with 96 passengers on the plane were fine and off the plane. and an certify file spokesman says it does not look as if the stun gun was meant to be used in an attack but how did it get past airport security. they were probably very carefully watching out for your 3.2 ounce bottle of conditioner. and now, live from the new york city news room. what are the authorities saying? >>guest: a remarkable story. and the f.b.i. leading the investigation into what does appear to be a fully
was killing was not important. as if it was not so huge. he said literally he had to make a statement so big that it could not be misunderstood. finally, there was one warning sign that is coming out now. the intelligence officials in norway apparently saw a red flag when he ordered large amounts of chemicals from a company online from poland. it did put up that red flag. they checked into it. apparently did not think anything of it. there had been -- he been big lots of fertilizer, but he rented a farm and planned that well. so he got away with. >> shepard: greg burke, thank you. continued coverage of the stunning attack. we'll talk live with a former fbi agent who supervised the federal task force to capture the unabomber. what he says about how the gunman in this case carried out the massacre. and why it is so hard to stop this kind of terrorism. that's minutes away. >> first, washington, politics and the debt ceiling debate. they are at it again. it is almost all politics. there's a little more than a week left before the u.s. hits its borrowing limit the 2nd of august the u.s. will defa
that the defense attorney brought out. and she focused in and brought the real big picture. and the real big picture is, what does the totality of the evidence show? it shows a girl that did not like her life. had two options. one option was to be a mom. or go back to her single life. she chose to sacrifice her baby. i think the jury will see the arguments of baez and what he is looking for is not acquittal but maybe one or two on the jury to decide with them so he can have a hang or hold out and possibly a hung jury. >>greg: the legal panel will be with us through the hour. plus, live updates from the courthouse in orlando and more on the closing arguments from both the prosecution and the defense. thanks to the venture card from capital one, we get double miles on every purchase, so me and my lads earned arip to san francisco twice as fast we get double miles every time we use our card... i'll take these two... ...no matter what we're buying. ...and all of those. and since double miles add up fast, we can bring the whole gang! it's hard to beat double miles! whoa dude. [ male announcer ]et
." bottom line, a mistrial was declared and the prosecution screwed up. >>greg: big time. there could be another trial, right? >>jonathan: we have not heard yet as to whether they want to retry the case or if one imagines they will. the judge set a hearing to discuss whether there should be another trial, and that will take place on september 2nd and roger clemens left the court as you saw there and headed to a nearby restaurant with the defense team, a fancy restaurant known as the "caucus room," probably dining on lobster and steak and celebrating. >>greg: prosecutors have luncheon crow, meanwhile. thank you, jonathan, and jonathan will chat about this. just go online at foxnews.com/shep on "on the hunt," link. and now to talk more about this is lis wiehl former federal prosecutor, and arthur aidala and a veteran criminal against tone. good to see you both. if roger clemens confesses something to andy pettitte who tells his wife, that is not just hearsay it is double hearsay. >>guest: a person who is not taking the stand who tells someone else who tolls someone else. all i can say i
to plead guilty in the case. in box three, stunning images of a big cat on a rampage, a showdown between man and beast on video. all ahead unless breaking news changes everything. this is "studio b" first from fox at 3:00, new information on the mysterious deaths at the mansion in southern california. the son and the girlfriend of a powerful drug company executive, both dead, days apart after incidents at the sprawling san diego bay home. and now fox news has learned the millionaire executive at the center of this, jonah shacknai left the mansion for his other home in arizona. somebody found the body of his girlfriend hanging from a balcony last week with hands and feet bound. and now her sister reportedly says she doesn't believe that was a suicide. she said, come on, hands and feet bound and it's a suicide? she said the now dead girlfriend was a vibrant and loving person and would never do this, and probably couldn't. days earlier, his six-year-old son, max, fell down the stairs at mansion and he died. investigators and not rule out possibility that the two deaths are somehow connected
is on, having a big rally today on capitol hill, and listen to what john mccain said on the senate floor quoting an editorial from the "wall street journal" on the editorial page. >> the tea party hob its could return to middle earth having defaulted the enemy. this is the kind of crack political thinking that turns sharron angle into g.o.p. senate nominees. the reality is the debt limit will be raised one way or another and the only issue now is with how much fiscal reform and what political fallout. >>reporter: that makes you wonder if it will take an elder statesman of both parties but someone like john mccain on the republican side, who is not in the leadership that has been meeting at the white house but outside the process, to say, look, folks, let's end the extremes and figure this out in the middle. >>shepard: thank you from the white house, ed. 62 percent of americans surveyed, an abc news poll from yesterday, say they want some combination of cuts, which are necessary, and revenues which are necessary. and no plan, not one, has that. not the boehner plan. not the reid plan, it
creation has slowed to 65,000 jobs a month at a dead halt. >>shepard: how big a hit will this be for the folks who have been working for the shuttle program? >>reporter: big hit with thousands of jobs lost at the end of the program. and private companies that support the program from government contractors to local diners around the kennedy space center, 23,000 positions expected to be lost according to experts, and 9,000 direct space jobs and 14,000 indirect jobs such as hotels and restaurants in the area. >>shepard: peter, from fox business live from washington, thank you. how lawmakers voted to partly block the new government policy allowing gays to serve openly in the military. that move bans chap planeslainsm marrying same sex couples on bases. it is unclear on the effect because of the "don't ask, don't tell" repeal will take effect before congress completes the spending bill and the t.s.a. employee caught with an ipad in his pants. he was not checking his e-mail it was someone else's ipad. t.s.a. chapter 1,000 coming up. stay tuned. >>shepard: tension is risin
at 9:00 a.m. time served is and fluff and set her free. it will be a big moment thursday morning at 9:00 a.m. when we have the sentencing hearing. right now, casey anthony stays in custody of the orange county sheriff department and at some time today she will be driven in her unmarked sheriff department van back to orange county jail and her parents, their attorney, indicated to me george and cindy an don't have no intention whatever of talking to the cameras post verdict. that is of course before they knew the verdict. but, it certainly did appear that they perhaps thought their daughter was somehow involved at some degree in the death of the 2-year-old sky he marie anthony whose body was found like we have said for six straight weeks in a bag in a swampy partly flooded wooded area decomposed. somebody put her there. and all of the evidence traced it back to the an don't home. at this point, nobody is paying for the death of caylee marie anthony. >> absolutely stunning verdict. in some circles you could say appalling. phil keating, thank you. and now, with former prosecutor and fox
for celebration. >> after 30 years it was a hell of a ride! >> big applause from the nasa co-workers as several thousand showed up as the vehicle processing facility where "atlantis was" was rolled to and people spent two or three years focusing their lives and jobs on that particular shuttle mission. it is so much larger than just a team of astronauts that fly on board, and the nasa administrator, he was choked up today and he is a former astronaut. i was proud to be part of the program and will carry the cherished memories and experiences with me for the rest of my life. but i'm also ready to get on with the next big challenge. i want to send american astronauts where we have never been before, by focusing our resources on exploration, while leveraging the private sector support to take americans to the international space station. we will do it together. phil: a lot of questions remain as far as federal funding, how soon? do you replace a vehicle for the shuttle? and who much of a private-public partnership will evolve with nasa and other companies and getting humans into space. >>shepard: w
around. it is in big secret that some people disagree with their verdict. >>shepard: i'll say. the media attorney says the verdict is out now the record should be open. with us now from orlando is that attorney representing a short list of media outlets and made the case before judge perry a few minutes ago and is representing the orlando sentinel and abc station in orlando and associated press. it is nice to see you. i remember from years and years and years of working in florida how great the sunshine laws are, they open the records like few places in the country. i was surprised they were secret in the first place. >> it is true, traditionally in most cases the names of jurors never secret even from the beginning of a case. if most cases you can photograph the jury. but judge perry, rightfully, because of the proceedings, while they were going on, protected the identities to ensure they were free from outside influence while rendering their verdict. >>shepard: why is it in the public interest to know who the jurors are? >>guest: it is our system that we have always operated under. we
could save hundreds! yeah, that'll certainly stick with me. we'll ta it. go, big money! i mean, go. it's your break, honey. same coverage, more savings. now, that's progressive. call or click today. >>shepard: and tension is growing on wall street as lawmakers bicker over raising the debt ceiling. a live look at wall street. we are now 150 points off the high of the day. the dow jones industrial average slid a short time ago on a couple of things. the ongoing talks with the debt ceiling and there were thoughts they could be getting somewhere and you can see the green arrows but that is not the case so now it is going into the dutcher -- dumper and we could lose our aaa credit rating no matter what happens. no matter what warns exports warn even if they prevent default the crisis may have already damaged the nation's sterling credit rating and then the effect on us, rates on everything from credit card dozen mortgage could go up and if the markets tanks so i don't many retirement accounts. and now the associate editor for baron's. where are we? >>guest: nervously watching. the longer it
, corporate and other taxes, but the bills are quickly piling up. this is a list of the big payments due in the next few weeks. the biggest is social security which medicare close second. under the worse case scenario treasury officials say they have to decide which bills to pay and which not to pay. gerri from the fox business network is here. so, how close are we to running out of money, $73 billion? >> the treasury department has said we go broke august 2nd, the drop dead date according to them but the reality is over the course of august, we will have some $172 billion coming in, and it should be enough to pay interest on the debt of $29 billion and social security payments of $49 billion. but experts who watch this say you know what? the pedal will hit the metal august 8th when we could default. >> market is down 53 points right now. it seems to be shrugging this off. >>guest: yes, it is shocking, really, the market seems to be confident here, and maybe some kind of credit rating downgrade is already baked into the pie and gold is up, that is where people go when they are nervous or
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they buried but short of that, don't hit me, i don't see this as being any big deal. i see this as hurtful to the state because it is confusing the jury. is she truthful? is she not truthful in if she lied about that, that means she knew what happened which means this is probably not premed indicated because she called 9-1-1. >> let's reset things for the viewers. there is all the testimony that there were 84 searches done for the word "chloroform," on the anthony home computer and most took places at hours when the parents would be, presumably, at work, and casey was home. then, up comes her mother and says, no, i'm the one who did the sevens . today they asked her boss and the boss said, no, she was at work on the days those searches were essentially made. >> made, i believe, march 17, of 2008. and with the greatest respect to my colleague, mr. zelin, was yelling and screaming this was the death blow for the prosecution when cindy came up and said, i was the one who was searching for chloroform now if it is proven by her work records and we said this two welcome when this testimony orig
the white house? >> they push for a big deal but the clock is ticking. so we learn that yesterday morning president obama met privately with the top two republicans in the house of representatives, speaker john boehner and house majority leader cantor, the republicans are saying there was not a major breakthrough or serious progress made. a lost questions about what this week means because senior officials at the white house are telling us weeks ago this was, really, crunch time. the window of opportunity from the 15th to the 22nd, and today i asked carney about the significance of this point in the calendar. >> it is not a hard deadline but congress, the administration, all of us working together, need to move this ball down the field this week. >>reporter: that is the perspective from the white house. carney would not rule out the possibility of other private meetings with top lawmakers to move the ball down the field, so to speak, but at this point we do not hear any reports of a "deal," at this time. >>shepard: still leading republicans are still pushing for amending the constitution,
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